4 beers we can’t wait to try at SheBrew

The festival that highlights female-identifying beer and cider makers is back for a ninth year on Sunday, March 10.

Baerlic Brewing's Cason Wolcott poses with large green gloves on beside brewing stills.

Baerlic Brewing’s Cason Wolcott will make Just Beach! a Mexican-style lager with fresh lime zest and salt. It’s our bonus pick.

Suds are in the forecast for Sunday, March 10, when SheBrew returns to The Redd on Salmon for a ninth year.

From 12-7 p.m., embark on a pursuit of hoppiness and sample classic and creative craft beverages from more than 40 female-identified professional beer and cider makers, plus 10 amateur homebrewers, all from the PNW.

The nonprofit event is organized by Oregon Brew Crew and the Human Rights Campaign, with all proceeds benefiting the two organizations.

Here are four pours we can’t wait to try, and the people + breweries behind them.

Swarm Buzzies Honey Kolsch | Old Town Brewing | Celia Nappi
“Honey Kolsch with rosemary and grapefruit with Freeland gin”

Twist and Stout! | Steeplejack Brewing Co. | Pauline Lohr
“Oatmeal stout with Bergamot hops”

Mother Pucker | Portland Cider Co. | PCC Ladies
“Prickly pear and fresh lime combine for a mouth-puckering cider sensation.”

Snap Crackle | Threshold Brewing | Sara Szymanski
“Rice Lager with a crackle of peppercorn”

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